At icountnm.gov, New Mexicans can learn about the importance of the decennial Census and the crucial federal program funds apportioned according to its results, find key dates and documents, and learn how to contribute to local efforts that will ensure all New Mexicans are counted. The site will also be a resource for local governments as they plan their training and complete count efforts for the 2020 Census.
Every ten years, we are given the opportunity to be counted as New Mexicans – giving voice to our vibrant communities and resilient people. What really matters is ensuring every community – families and children, parents and grandparents, workers and students – has every single opportunity to lead a healthy, happy and productive life. Achieving a complete and accurate count of all New Mexicans, requires the participation and collaboration of all New Mexicans, including partners at the state, tribal, and local level to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place.
To learn more about how you can be involved visit the Statewide Complete Count Commission’s website and be sure to like, friend, follow, and share their resources on social media with friends and family.
Let’s work together to ensure every New Mexican is counted in the 2020 Census!